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Green Coffee for Weight Loss

Coffee is a natural source of caffeine the same as tea and cocoa. Caffeine stimulates the mind and body mildly, it’s absorbed by the body from the coffee, tea or cocoa in about 30 minutes, its effects will last between two and five hours, it stimulates the metabolism and delays the feeling of fatigue.

Coffee is a natural source of caffeine the same as tea and cocoa. Caffeine stimulates the mind and body mildly, it’s absorbed by the body from the coffee, tea or cocoa in about 30 minutes, its effects will last between 2 and 5 hours, it stimulates the metabolism and delays the feeling of fatigue.

All coffee is rich in antioxidants; but the green coffee beans have even more.

As we know we have to keep those free radicals from harming our bodies by taking in antioxidants from the food and liquid we put into our mouths to help support our body’s natural defences.

(see http://quazen.com/recreation/food/move-aside-greentea-make-room-for-green-coffee/ for help with free radicals)

For people that are sensitive to caffeine, decaffeinated coffee contains the same amount of antioxidants as normal soluble coffee, just no caffeine.

Green unroasted coffee beans are rich in polyphenol antioxidants as opposed to normal roasted coffee beans that just have melanoidins, which form during the roasting of the coffee bean.

Coffee can be counted as part of your daily water intake as it’s just water and coffee and will not cause dehydration if drank regularly and in moderate amounts.

Green coffee is reported to have three times the amount of antioxidants as green tea.

If the green coffee bean has been left unroasted it has natural weight loss properties and when used in conjunction with a healthy diet it can decrease fat absorption and turn it into energy. They help you get rid of the right type of weight, which is fat and not body mass.

A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition claims that resurches found that chlorogenic acid from the green coffee causes significant levels of weight loss. They also discovered it works by reducing sugar absorption from the gut and speeds up the rate at which fat is burned in the body.

Green coffee is similar to green tea and in its raw, unroasted form, it is rich in plant molecules that speed up metabolism and this is also how it aids weight loss.

There are many suppliers of green coffee, from a quality fair trade blend to Nescafe found at many local supermarkets, this blend is green beans plus normal coffee beans, so you still get the same flavour. I am not sure if this kind of coffee still aids weight loss as chlorogenic acid is not listed in the ingredients but could just be part and parcel of the green bean. I am drinking it, so I will let you know if I feel better and loose weight. I already feel it is getting rid of unwanted toxins. And I do have more energy.

These facts are intended for general knowledge and this is not a substitute for professional advise from a medical person on any of your heath matters,

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  1. Bravo. Of course coffee is an important part of a writer’s way of life. Much of my articles had been more or less caffeine induced. Thanks for the share, Lisa.xxxx

    Cheers,

    Will

  2. You are quite the spokesperson for this new (to me) beverage. My doctor has advised me that coffee cannot be counted as my daily water intake since it is a diuretic and causes the body to naturally eliminate approximately the same amount of liquid as waste. She was not, however, addressing green coffee specifically.

  3. I love coffee! Good article!

  4. That is very interesting , I had to give up coffee 8 years ago because it upsets my digestion, so I can’t try out the green coffee, but I expect many people will want to give it a try.

  5. Good article, I try anything if it will help me lose weight.

  6. I looked out for this in the supermarket but couldn’t find it. When the snows go I’ll have a look in town.Thanks for the info.

    Christine

  7. I’m an avid coffee drinker, and I also drink green tea. Never tried green coffee – I’ll have to look for it. Thanks!

  8. i am a tea guy

  9. Well Ken of course you should heed the advise your doctor gives you but in the research I have done, 3-5 cups of coffee daily were said not to act as a diuretic, that said I still believe it is better to drink pure water as your daily amount of water intake but then again if you eat potatoes they have a very high water content! So if you ate a jacket potato for your lunch, plus a cup of coffee you should be fine! ;-0)

  10. Thanks for the information. While I dont like coffee the good news is that I am also thin!

  11. gr8 i love green tea have heard about green coffee after reading this m surely going to try green coffee lets c how it turns out to be nice article lisa thxs for the share dear.

  12. Green coffee is something new, should look for it.

  13. It’s cool to know green things make us feel better. :)

  14. Gosh, never heard of it. Good going Lily.

  15. I prefer eat less diet :) LOL…

  16. Good job here , put out the info then let people decide on their own. A positve approach, not all works for everyone. Friend, fan, smile

  17. Great poem and good post friend,Thank you !

  18. I never knew coffee had so many properties; some good and some bad. I’m not a coffee drinking.

  19. i don’t like coffee but i think i should start drinking it. it has so many benefits in it

  20. where can we get green coffee

  21. This is something I must try! Thanks for the share!

  22. Great! I love coffee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!~Jay

  23. Great information :0

  24. First I heard about green coffee, I thought there is only green tea. Thanks for the share.

  25. such a useful notes…good one..

  26. very useful! nice one!

  27. Good article, though I hate coffee.

  28. great post^^

  29. Thankyou for the information, sounds interesting can’t wait to try it.

  30. I’ll stick with the green tea for now – never knew there was an antioxidant coffee variety!

  31. Thank you for posting I have been drinking dandelion coffee, think it does the same as green coffee but not sure,

  32. I can totally see why this ended up being one of your most successful articles. The subject is ever-green (pun intended) and you have kept it relevant, short and precise. Loved it.Now it is time to go shopping for some green coffee.

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